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DR. M. TKUJTTS PHrata Hospital, In thi Federal Block, comer of Bemttb, and ? streets, oppoelte the Poet and Patent OfflcM. Room, 83 and M, op stairs, Washington, D. C. All disease, br prints niWe treated In ihe moit ctantllo manner, and radical cures ef fect! -In all case. SYPHILITIC AFPEC- TIONS, OOffORRIKEA, OLEET, STRICT. URES, SEMINAL yVEAKNESS, or the resoli of T0LVTTUOU3 'DREAMS, or any weak. oni of the GENERATIVE OROANStnm any cania whatever, or how lonr standing, thor oughly and radically- cured also OOUT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other cnR0Ni0DisEA8BsmifESVES, xus. OLES, BONES and VOINTSi SCROFULA, BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on the ZLVBSni BOOT, and ell other ERUP TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the BLOOD, from teAafrer wt ISqi may hart arUen, AKFLtOTED AND'UNFORrUNATKl No matter what your disease, let no false del Icacy prevent yon from applying Immediately to Dr. Vellny, who ia acknowledged to he by far the most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In the treatment of prime diseases. Fear not to come and make known your misfortunes, and hewlll speedily scad you on your way rejoicing. BELF-ADU8E, That dreadful scourge of the young, Indulged In when alone, destroys the generatlTe organs, unfits you for married life, producing weakness of the hack and limbs, loss of anima tion and mnscular power, palpitation of the heart, nerrous Irritability, lose of memory, mel ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and death. TOUNO MAN I In Tlew of the dreadful con sequences of delay, do not fall to make your case known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Tour secrets with him are sacred, and yon may con lldeutly rely upon hla medical skill. Thousands whose systems were shattered and who were on the brink of the grave, hare been brought back to rigorous health by his skilful treatment. MAUU.AQE. Married persons, or those contemplating matrimony, who suspect themselves of lnipo tency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising from a relaxed state of the genital organs, whether the result of disease, Injury, youthful Indiscretions, or Indulgence of the passions In riper years, are earnestly entreated to place themseWea nnder the care of Dr. V. They may rely with certainty upon a speedy cure, and up-, on being restored to full health and vigor. t He treats with entire success all diseases ol females, such as LEUCORRHEAot WHITES, LAPSUS UTERI, 4c, Ac, and In every case guarantees a perfect CURE. FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI DENTIAL. Pmsoxs caning see no one hut the Doctor. Those at a distance may be treated by mail, by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac, JrS-im' A FIUERD IN NEED. TRY IT. DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. The KTtxt external remed of the c. jirepircd from the rittpe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Conneotl- j cut, the celebrated bone tetter, whoie fume 1 un-1 ' rlTsled by that of ny Hying mn. It la a certain i and Immediate care for Jlheumatlim, Cout.eii-' ralgla, Sprain. Brultee, Cuta, Wounda, Sorea, i Burn., Scald., Pile., Lumbaro, Headache, Tooth ache, and all Rheumatic and Ncrroui Diiorders, External Injuiiei . to. All ufTereri ibould rlre It a trial. i RICH ARDSOH tt, CO , Proprietor!, Norwich, Conn. For aale br CHAR LEI STOTT, General A-nt for Waahlnrton, and br all tlenleri. feb 2-Ufcwr TMi.i.ELANiyB "" U ANTIRHEUMATIC BAND1 ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND I PERMANENTLY ClTfiPS HUtuiiATls.l in us various forms, GOUT and NEURALGIA, STIFFNESS and NERVOUS AFFFCTIONS, IMPURITIES of tha BLOOD. And the ei ll Effects of Mercury. It Is a conveniently arranged Band or Belt, coo - talnlng a medloated compound, to be worn around the body, about the walat, equally arrccTiHO AIX fabts. Wherever the disease mar be. and tin be worn without Injury to the most delicate per- son. By thla treatment, tha medicinal properties con tained In the Band, being of a highly aromatic and volatile nature, and capable of being readily ab sorbed through the pores of the skin, come Into direct contact with the Blood and general circula tion, without first passing through the process of digestion, which would tend, not only to detract from their euratlre powers, but to Impair the In terna, urgaoa auu uerougo mo aigcsnon also inus avoiding the Injurious effects, so often the result oi internal remeaics, ana euecung a perfect cure, bv purifying and eu silting the circulation of the Titai utuua, auui reiaonua: mo paria aueciea to a healthy condition. Thla Band Is also a moat pow erful ''Anti-Mercurial Agent," and will entirely f Cii.ss lain j aiitiu iiviii list yvniKlVUB CUCCII Moderate eases art cured In a rr dara. n1 ? are constantly recelrlng undoubted testimonials to which we Invite Inspection at our onice-of their efflcacy in aggravated eases of longstanding, PaiCE.TwoDotxaas- Sent by mall upon receipt of (3, or by express everywhere, with all necessi- rr Instructions, from the orinclnal office of O, SMITH it, CO., Proprietors, 491, Broadway, New ork. N. B. Descriptive circulars sent free. El" This Band will not Interfere with the sol diers duties. no 16 ly nOSWRLlVa MEDICATED .13 OIIUUII CANIIV ' f nrtrm ira COLDS, BRONCHITIS. IXFLUEXZA. HOARSENESS, For sale, wholesale and retail, by O. BOSWECL, Druggist, Cor, Maryland avenue and Seventh nt.. And Z. o. G1LMN, Penn. avenue, near Browns' Hotel. Charles Allen, y b. Entwlsle. D. B. Clark, John R. Major, L. M. Smith, n. C. Mator. H. H. MePherson, j. w, Nairn, S. C. Ford, J D. O'Donne). J. P. Mllburn, j. v. Dawson, Charles Stott, U. O. Hidgely. ' In Georgetown by Kldwell, Sot boron, Seine)!, I and Barnard. And by Druggists and Sutlers generally. Jan 16 NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, WASHIafOTOJf, NOV. 15, 1B62. PmoroiAU will be received at this office, until Monday, the first of December next, at 3 o'clock " p. m., for two hundred and ten thousand (3io,ooo) yards of White Cartridge Cloth, In width and pro portions, as follows, viz: 10,600 yards, 19 Inches wide, 310,000 TO b delivered at the Navv Yard. In thla eltr free of cost to the Government for freight or Irani. nortatlon. . P. SHOWN nor IS dtl Nary Agent. "XT nTIf?ICTfi 'Mercantile Bank, formerly An. ll log business at S2J Pennsylvania avenue, hat . ing this day closed snd ceased to exist, all Its bills J i issua quisianaing win iwrvuvcjuvu, uu pivaBui, atlon, by Justice Haiard, St Ms office, 227 Pennsyl. ' vanla avenue. 3 . IVMI X 30,000 ' UU lOfiiJH u 26 u ' ' 10,000 28( 90J000 M 10 ' 10,000 " 11 6000 i r BtilUWAHlf WUtllHAsis Waihihotow D, C- President. November 19, 1862. nov 20-iw pAtTWOMiJOTpHrojBAlIJlOAD, u l .. ' i Passenger TJrsOje. fswns, ,WMui THE PASSENGER TRAINS i between' WASHINGTON, DALTIMORK, AND THE WEST will run as follows: FivtDaitv Trains o Wathlnglon al (As Wt$t, Teo DoUv Iraii'!ravm TraV tlu Ills'. On SnJvi,lr frsisl ti BMmorl.nJ owlette ITVrt-es follows: 1 ) s. n , and a and i p. m. Passengers for the West mske close connections etWa.hT,VonJuae.lill and Ohio rsllrosd, for all points West, el lower rl eVfflM"-S.'lVt-t,.reW..hln!t.B """ Port ALiPOiNTS WEST, and statlonsslongthe Baltimore an J Ohio Rsllrosd -leave Wsshlngion at a and T a. m , sn.l I.M p. m i and on Sundays at a.ao p. m. TRAINS MOVING SOUTH Leave New Vork at 1 a. ., RilladrlphU at 1 II JO s. m., Baltimore at I p. ro- Arrive at Washing- '"lcVi New'vork ( P-m , Philadelphia at 10 50 p. ni., Baltimore el . aw . in. Ann- -i .. .MB- LeaveNew loik at II p. m., Philadelphia at a.ao a. m., Baltimore at 7.so a. m. Ami r im , M'tiuP ion 81 v a. in- . .. ... . Local AccommodatlonTralna leave Baltimore at ie a.m. and a 10 p.m , for Washlogtoni arrive there at IS a. m. ana 7 p.m. , , On Sunday, at JO and 7 40 a. m., only, from Bel- No Annapolis connections on Sunday from Balti more or v aaningron. - ...... i.-r tn- U-Akhlnffton at and 7.40 a.m. and l p. m., make connections at Washlngtos i Junc tion (Relay) with trains on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, fir all points west of the Ohio river and for all polnta alonjr the Uae of the Baltimore anJ Ohio road, In Marjland and Irglnle. Trains lea e Annapolis for Baltimore and eah legion dally, except Sundays, at s 43 a. ro., and "'.. nn 1. I... ..... tV..HInvnn illLln. raa.enger Haw.. !. -- .'." " . .X 11 a. m.. and S D. m..nd Baltimore at 4 JO and 7.40 a.m. and a.W p. m., atop only at Annapolta ana vasnincion4unciioai. . . Way passengers mu.t take the Accommodation Tralnaonlr. W. P. SMITH, nor 17 Master of Transportation. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPAXT, Ofllee 51 Pa-am. srenue, TTatWtij-fon Cify, D. V. i .I GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, AD WEST ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS. Merchandise, Jlonay, Jewals--ri Vatanblea, Notea, atoeki, Baaads, c Forwarded with SAFETY AND DIsrATCH to aU acceaalMe aectlona of the country. This Company has Arencles In the principal railway towns in the north, east. Westand northwest. Its principal ofnocs are WASIIIS0T0k,D. C..K. TORK.BOSTOX, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE. C.V- VIXAATJ, ST. LUUia, I.UU13 VILLE, LEXLTOTOX. Connections are made at New Tork and Boston with lines forwarding to the Canadas and the British Pro Inces.and with ateamshlp lines to Liv erpool, Southampton, and Hat re, and thence br European expreaaea to all prominent commercial towns In Great Britain and on the Continent. Collection or Notes, mane, ana uuia raaae at aa !ccsilMc parts of the United States. acccatlMe parti of the C. C. DDNN. Arent. Jel. Waahlngteu, D. C. y K, SUMSS, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS. Doiintle. Pm.lon., BacU Par, Omecra' ItcrruHiuR, RUd all other Jaat Clatmi, agatutt the GoTcrnmvut. OFFICE No. 4T0 SEVENTH STREET, (Department Exchange,) WaiHneotow, D. C, And Yo. 3 Park Place, corner Broadway, oppotltt City Jiall, Kew York, nrr.lnarmkmlaa. to Horn. Hannibal HamUn.Vlce Prealdent, Me. Martin KalbHelich, Mayor City of Brooklyn , Abl jab Mann, Jr., New York City i John N. Goodwin, , New York cityiJonn n. uooawiu, nomas M. Edwards, M. C, N. II.) Ed lna, M. C, ti. 11.1 Alex. II. Rice, Jl. hn B. Alley, M. C., Mass I Alfred A. M. C., Me.; Tnoi ward II. Rollina, f . Mama i Jnhn Burnhara, M. C. Conn.t Dwight Loomla, M. C, rvtnn t jfihn a. nut-lev. M. C-. Ohio i Jamea M. A.hiir. m. r... Ohlft sidner Edtrerton. M. C. Ohio I . u..e)t.a . . at rihUi Inhn Pjivmta. fil. f!.. Ta.i noliertMcKnlght, M. C, Pa.lJustlnS.Mor. rill, M. C,MJ John P. Potter, Si. C, Wis ( Z. - Chandler, Si. C., Mich. James II. Lane, M. C., Kanaaai Cyrus Aldrleh, M. C, Mlnn. WmKel- lore, M. C, IU.l John T. NUon, M. C, N. J.l John Uhf.stratlon.M. C, N. J.t P. B. Fouke, M. C lll.l Owen Lovejoy. M. C, 111.1 P. P. Blair, Jr., M. C, Mo.l Elbrldge O. Spauldlng, M. C, N. V.t Al- I fred Eli , M. C, N. Y.i Major General II. B. bur- I veal N. Wyckoir, Esq., Pres. WlUlamaport City 1 Bank I Sliepherd Knapp, Eaq Prea. Mechanlca' I Bank, JySO-tf -NTRRIOR ADORNMKNT8. 4S0 466 apeu HANaiNos, orAUsflMnMAWiMCM. Warranted voia nana vvinaow Miaaest nun, Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all slzesi made to order. Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and Tassels, all sizes and colors. Purchasing lorcaso, ana allowing no otustocKio ftaniimuiate. nersons needtnar the above roods will , find It to their advantage to give me a cslLi All work executed andsuperintended by practical men, who hre served a regular apprenticeship at , their trade Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay requires). I'lCrilO KIVP mo m iiih Rrmemner the number. JOHK MARKRITER, No. 486 Seventh street, Fight doors above Odd Fellows Hall, novas lj rpKKTHt TKKTIII M. LuOM IS. M. D. the Inventor and patentee of the Mineral Plate teeth, nt tends personal!) at his omce in tni ciry Minv nersons can wear these teeth who cannot wear others, and no person can wear others who cannot wear these. Persons culling at my office can be accommodated wiiii ant-at vl and mice of Teeth thevmar deilret dnt tn ilmaa ulin are uarticular. and wish the tilir est, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture' that art can produce, the Mineral TJate will be i more fully warranted. " Rooms In this city No. 33S Pennsylvania aie- nue. between Nlnthand Tenthstreefs. Also, SoT Arch street, Philadelphia. mar l ly C PI'KIl NCAI.K, Navv Agent's Orrtrc, Washington, D. C, Not ember 13, ltkR. mere will oe soiu ai ruuiig aucuuu.iu w ted States na.y jard, Washington, D. C.on day, the 27th instant, at 13 o'clock, tn., a lot There will be sold at Public Auction, In the Unt- i inurs of Coi I .lav I --.--. ..- -a a. '.. ' per SCSie, consisting- ui nuout w tuna, ii vu ur ' examined at any time previous to the day of sale, It can be upon application a jnv cumuiuuvui ui iuv nij 'iir The sale will be subject to ratification by the De- p.rtment 8. P. BROWN. .u nov n SawSw Navy Agent. GENERAL HEADQUARTERS TOR ARMY SUPPLIES, WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, STATIONERY, BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS, MILITARY WORKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, Writing Papers, Envelopes, Portfolios, Gold Pens, Pencils, Inks, fcc , &c , Pocket Books, and Pocket Cutlery, Thotograph Albums In every variety, Newspapers, Periodicals, and CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. All nrdera uromntlv attended to. Call and exsuilne. No charge for showing goods, SHEPHERD 6. RILEY. Corner Seventh and D streets, Washington, D. C, oc26 lm COLLrCTOR'S OFFICE, i Washlngton.D. 0., Nov. 12, 1663. NOTICE TO TAX'PA YERS. Notice is hereby given to all persons In arrears fur taxes, whether gas. apeclal or annual tax, that unless the same Is paid at this office before the 1st day of January next, the property on which the tax Is due wilt then be advertised and sold as the law , directs. Those who wish to avoid the heavy ex . pense of advertising will please pay within the lime specified. A al.Meaunt of fitter cent, will tsa alinwed. under , the law, during the month or November. After November there will be no abatement. WM DIXON, Collector, nov 1J 3taw2w JUBT RECEIVED OUR NEW STOCK OF Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we are ulllnd at laarf Inw lirl(?ei. at " B L.' A. BEALL fc CO No. aei aevenm street, sepS6 Sm between landK. -. ... . pOME ONE, COME ALL, TO L. A. BEALLfc Cp , V7 to get your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, I iiaia, ami wps, ' se 26-3m No. 861 serenth street, between I k K. pHOPOIAU FORTWlrtB, ( I ad November, teei StatXD raorosAUWIll be Shelved at Au Be partmeat until the seta oar of November IN, , foj furntahlnf one year's supply of Twine, eatlmaled at a5,ompouaaa, to hedellvered at the MkAenj eles'at Wshlnfton, P. CL, New -VOrk elty.aad uruTaio, new xdtk, iit irom - n--tatlon, in suck quantltlea as each Aency may, from time to time, be ordered by the Department. -r. T.i..nH.f tut .iff thrMitrands. well twisted. and sapehleef suaUtalat ihewelihi of SO pounds on a atrlni six feet In hnvrthi It must be Put up In balls of one pound weight tach and packed suttablr for traniporlatloa In packaiea of 100 pounds weltnl escb. The Twine must be smooth and flexible, and measure about MOyards to the pound. As no spe elOg material has been determined upon, bidders will and aamnlea of auch twine SS ther propose to furntsk with their bids., . ., , i , The contract will he awarded to the lowest and best bidder, the best bid to be determined, after a careful examination, for the purpose of ascertain ing which bid will, la Its practical results, be meet adrantareoua to the Department. This the Post rasster General reaerrra to hlmaelf the rlfht of de ciding! No proposals will be considered which may be madehy persona not enesred in the manufacture of Each Udder must furnish with, his propoaals evU.-.e of his ability lo comply with hla bid. Two Bufflelent securities will be required to a contract. .... Failure to rurnlab tno article eoniractru lur promptlr, or furaUhlne an article Inferior to that contracted for, will be considered a sufficient cause for the forfeiture of the eontraot. Bide not made la aceordanoe with theae propo sale will not be considered, , ... Proposals must be marked on the outside of toe envelope with the name of the article proposed for, and the letter eontslnlnK them addressed to the first AaaUtant Postmaster General, Washington, nor eolw Postmaater General. iiimv nuprnEs. OrriccorTiicCntxrO.PAnTCRMsTEa, Aumv or the Potomac, i Waahlngton, September 30, 1941. PROPOSALS are Invlied for furnlihlng for the uae of the army of the Potomac the following ar tleleai 1,000 lone beat quality Timothy Hay, aecurely baled, the weight or each bale to be tnarlriwl Oihmb. 9,000,000 bushels of Osts, of the l-eat quality, In atrong aacka, well aewed. 7,000 corda Oak aud Hickory Wood, well aea ' aoned and of the beat quality. Each bid must be accompanied by the endorse ment or two respoasiDie persons inst uie coniracia If wbpju1 will hm ruinilad. Bids will be opened from time to time as the ar ticles may oeneeoea, ana coniracia wmw hkmuw for the quantltlea needed, to the loweat responalble tiMAa untAlhtllni nf onnlnr. The riant la reserved to accept all or any part of Oj Did Pmranuli rn-illIJ hal ndaWMtl i?roDCMa.U for HT or OaU," or ' Wood," ti the ctt mr W, and en- cos. in p.r.t. ,nv..opv..Rcrcj tmALUi Lieut. Cot and A. D. C Chief Quartermaster. aep Sttf T)ROPOJAL FOR 1IIDKR. TALLOW, X HUUetS AflU JIUilrtK SEALED PROPOSALS are Invited till the 33th of Noremter, 1883, at I. o'clock tu., lor purcaaaing an the Hldea. Tallow, Hoof, and Horn, of the Cattle killed by ihe Army of the Potomae In tho territory embraced by the Rappahannock and Potomae riven ana me uiu tuuc mouauim. . It la intended that the contractor ahall folio the army and collect the hldea and tallow, hoof and norm, and ahall pay a certain -urn for thotte articles from each animal, to be collect at hla own rlik. Ho will Krh.rsr1 with he aPllfHaw In tsich CAls unleat he can clearly ahow that he wai prerented rrora out aim nf laem ny proprr auinoriiT A bond with rood and aufflclent aecurity will I required for the fulA.n.ent of the contract, and no bid will be entertained from prerloua contractor! who hare failed to comply with their contracts, and no bid will be entertained unle.a the bidder la pres ent to reapond to hla bid.- The articles of agreement, with a bond, will be required to be entered Into within two diya from the opening of the bids. ThotiMa tn h directed to Col. A, Beekwlth. A. D. C. and C. 8., Washington, D. C, anil rndoraed "Proposala." non pnOPOHALS POR MAHDLsE tick TncAtcar Extension, Nor. IS, 1683. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Bu reau of Construction, Treasury Department, until December 1st, 1863, at 13 m., for furnishing and lay lna; Marble Tile for the I tails and Corridors of the west section of the Treasury Extension. Said Tile la to be of the Vat qualltvof Italian white vein marble and the best quality of clear DiacK anaruicoi rqusi nnruor.. nunc iniio,euu In such proportions of each aa may be required, to be not leas than one Inch thick on the edge, all sawed and worked aquare, and well laid In cement or Plaster, as shall be most satisfactory, and with a border of white marble, not leaa than one foot wide, laid at the base throughout. The size of tile may be from 1. to 1 Inches aquare, of uniform sire In each story. The amount required will be about 2i,ouo superficial feet when laid. humpies to be furnished by each bldJer, showing the quality he proposea to furnish, and proposals to state price per superficial foot when laid; also to name price per aquare foot separate for the black and white marble tllesi the ouantltr of each kind and form of laying them to be decided hereafter. The work of laying the tile to be done from time to I time aa the halls are made ready to receive It. The Bureau will reserve the right to reject any or all the bids, II In Its opinion It be not for the In terest of the Government to accept them. ISAIAH ROGERS, Engineer In charge Treasury Department, no 15 tot ROPONAr.S FOR FLO Hit. I. Sr Attn PaoeosALS are Invited till the 3d dav of December, 16C3, at 13 o'clock m , for furnishing the Subsistence Department with 20,W BARREL OF FLOUR. Bids will be received for what Is known at No. I, No. 3 and No. 3, and for any portion less than the 20,000 barrels. Bids lor the dlflerent grades should be Upon separate sheets of paper. No bid will be entertained unless the bidder Is present to respond to his bid. The quantity of Flour required will be about Boo barrels dally, delivered either at the Government Warehouses in Georgetown or at the Railroad De pot at Washington, D. C The usual Government Inspection will be made Just before the Flour Is recelred. The barrels to be head-lined. Bids will be accompanied with an oath of alia glance, and be directed to Col. A. BECKWITH, A. I). C. and C. S., U. S A., Washington, D. C, and endorsed " Proposals for Flour no 19 PnOPOHAI.S FOR IRON IRON-CLAD SEA HTRAMERH. NAV DrPAHTMLNT, Oct. 30, lbG3. SEALED PROPOSALS wlllbe recelred until No vember 24, I8W, for the construction of one or more Iron Iron-clad Sea Steamers, of about 1,300 tons, complete, Including machinery masts, ana spars of Iron wire rigging, iron boats, with anchors, cables, sails, and all other equipments necessary for an rf ftclent cruising shlp-of-war, excepting only the ord nance and ordnance stores. The general plans and specincations can te ex- .ni...Tai ... ii., . rL.n.rttn.nt Ttl(. uropositlon must state the price for Ihe whole complete, and the time in which etch vessel wlllbe delheredat a Navy Yanl on the AtUntlo c04,t. uida will only be recrhed from parlies whoare known to be able to execute the work, and the con tract will embrace all tne usual conaiuom nor 1 JtawtNovM xir 1 -1"' TA M ATTORNEY FITCH, FOR CLAIMANTS, I m1 OHNEU O? 8EVENTII AND P STREETS, OppotiU thi Post OJflce, WASHINGTON, D. C, Prosecutes Claims fur Pensions, Bounty Money, Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Recruiting Officers, and all other Just Claims agslost the Goi ernment. ... Also, Patents procured for Inventors. Special attention gh en to cases before the Court of Claims. Fees reasonable in all cases, to wltt In each Pension case, - - $fi oo Ttatintv Monev case. - - 6W I Bounty Land case, ---COO Pay Claim, --- 8 W Wldowa and minor children who are poor, half i the abo.e rates Those who are extkemelv in- J nmrvT. fre of eharare.eacent mere disbursements. Corrcsirondents will be entitled to share the fees n all cases they forward. rnn.nltin counsel. Hon. R. H GILLET. late United States Solicitor of the Court of Claims and former Solicitor of the Treasury. .Special Rcertnce by Permtttloni Hon. RIchsrd allach, Mayor of Washington. Hon. W. Seaton, ex-Ma) or of Washington. Lfwli Johnson h. Co., Bankers, Washtngton, sweeny iiujca., iMu.nii u .uiiivm. Ex-Gnveraor Hunt, of Lock port, New l ork. Judgo Gardiner, of Lockport, New York. Hon. John Ganvon, State Senator, Bultalo, N. Y. llin. Bnrt Van horn, member of Congress from New York. Hon, Cm. W. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf falo. ! Messrs. Hubble U Davis, Counsellors, Buffalo, N. Y. I Judge Bowen, of Lockport, New York. Judge Woods, of Lockport, New York. I Hon. T. T. Flagler, ex-member of Congress from I Hon. John Ganson, President of the New York and Erie Bank, Bultalo, N, Y oct28-im" NOTICE IS 1IEIIEUY GIVEN THAT the Copartnership heretolore existing between LYLE fc COFFIN is thlsday dissolved by mutual consent. J. A, COFilN ' imu r v. t Jobn O. Lyle still continues the limine., at tne old atand Wa.blnrton,July!l,.8. JfM wmBBBBBmmm pn0PpAXS FORUfpIAV OOWf li. PCrAUTMXVTor THE IITTXBUOSl, ' T orricB Iwpiaj. jtaiiul a'rAfJKD PROPOSALS, eridoreed r.euijaJfls for Indian GoW " (Claaa 1, s, , or , aa ts eaa nay be,) to be delivered in the city of Mpw York, will be nerA at ft.. rtftlfw) nf fndtsa AflWrauatlltwelra o'clock M.4 on Wedaetday, the Ittk day of Dii; per nexi, or lurnisning in lusitiwina; uhiuvu articles r , uui.Bs no. f Martina Blanket. Oath, - pry Onetfa. 3,000 pairs s point while Macktriao blankets, to measure) brlt inches, and weigh B pounds ,000 pairs 2t point white MaekUM Uankets, to measure 04 by at lnches.and weight pounds 900 pairs 9 point white Nacktaao blankets, to measure 43 by M inches, .and weigh ejf pounds 00 pairs )i point white Mackinac blankets, to measure by ,fi0 Inches, and weigh 4K pounds 100 pairs I point white Macklnte blankets, to measure 33 by U Inches, and weigh pounds 1,900 pairs s point searlet Maeklnae blankets, to measure 60 by 71 Inches, and welch 8 pounds 700 pairs Stf point scarlet Maeklnae blankets, to measure M by M Inches, and weigh pounds 100 pairs 9 point scarlet Maeklnae blankets, to measure 43 by 56 Inches, and weigh 6' pounds. 100 pairs l point scarlet Maeklnae blankets, to measure S3 by 4( Inches, and weigh t( pounds too pairs s point green Maeklnae blankets, to measure so by 73 Inches, and weigh 9 pounds 100 pairs J'tf point green Maeklnae blankets, to measure M by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 pounds 1,000 pairs s point Indigo blue Maeklnae blankets, to measure eo by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds oo pairs 3. point Indigo blue Maeklnae blankets, to measure M by 66 Inches, and weigh 4 pounds loo pain l point Indigo blue Maeklnae blankets. to measure 33 by 46 Inches, and weigit a V pounds Boo pairs s point gentlaella blue Maeklnae blan kets, to measure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds too pairs 3 i point gentlnclla blue Maeklnae blan kets, to measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 pounds 100 pairs 1)6 point gentlnella blue. Maeklnae blankets, to measure M.byoOlnches.-aad weiRi t ivunu, 100 pairs I point gentlnella blue Maeklnae blan kets, to measure 13 by 46 Inches, and weigh , ay pounds 3,000 yards fancy list blue cloth 4,000 do grsr list blue cloth 200 do do black cloth 1,000 do saved list black cloth 4,000 do do blue cloth 6,000 do iln scarlet cloth 200 doien 8-4 woollen shawls 000 pounds linen thread. No, 40 1,200 do cotton thread bo gross worsted gartering 79,000 j ards calico 0,000 do Menimac calico 8,000 do Turkey red calico 26,000 do bluadrilllng 20,000 do brown drilling S0,ooo do bed ticking 3,000 do satlnetts 39,000 do plaid Uneeys 30,000 do unbleached domestlo sheeting 3,600 do bleached sheeting 10,000 do checks, stripes, ana plaids 10,000 do flannels, assorted 3,600 pounds brown gllllng twine, No. 30 two do cotton maltre 2,ouu twilled flannel shirts ww uoien mcaory sniris 9.000 calico shirts 3uo doien Canadian belta Class NoZ. Utaiy Made Hothtng. 2oo blue satlnett pantaloons 3S0 oo coais 60 cadet mlaed satlnett coats 250 do do pantaloons 17S frock coats. Indigo blue, broad cloth lOOpantaloons do do 330 casslnett coats, trimmed with red. Class No. S. Hardware, Agricultural JmptrmciUi, ej c, 2,700 pounds brats kettles 40 nests Japanned kettles, (8 In a nest) 600 campVettlea, (3 sizes) 300 dozen 9 quart tin pans 300 do 4 quart tin pans CO do 6 quart tin pin. 700 da tin cups i 1,300 do squaw awla 1,600 do tun hooka -TAtl .In fUhllnea iw do coarse tooth combs 11? do tine tootn eomns scissors shears weeding hoes hand saw files, 4 Inches anadea 600 do eoo do 160 do 250 dO 60 dO 2,600 short handle fry pans i9 aoxea dmiuia: ,ivvu 1,600 do table spoons, (Iron) 66 do HAT., U HC1M 7v iu u-f iniuiiu, half aare, to weigh 3 pounds, (with handles) zinc mirrors lira steels 860 do 600 do 60 do A.YI (-u-.it nit at Iisaaaai UrlfM 160 do best Chinese Vermillion coo do seed beads too dozen butcher knit es too do scalping knlte 230 do aquaw natchets 13 do 4i Inch list files 20,000 pounds tobacco. clam No. 4. Guru, Ammunition, Vr. 600 rifles, cap look, (half ounce ball) 3oo shot guns, (double barrel) 160 kegs powder 1,000,000 water-proof caps S00 bags Trald balls 200 flasks 200 belts 000 oowder horns 1,000 flints 293 dozen gun nipples 3G0 wrenches. r.t-uv! nf American manufacture of tha reoulred styles and quality will be preferred j but, as the samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics, It will be necestary.ln proposing a domestic article of either of those Linda, that a sample thereof shall accompany tne biu. ine articles io ue lurniinea must, in all respects, conform to and be equal with th Ooxernment sanmles. whlchmarbe seen at this ohlce on and after the 24th Instant. The ar ticles will be rigidly Inspected and compared with the samples by an agent or agents appointed for that purpose". Such as msy be unequal thereto In any particular will be rejectedtin which case the contractor will be bound to furnish others of the required kind or quality within three days t or, If that be not done, they will be purchased at his ex pense. Payment will be made for the goods re- telred on Invoices thereof, certified by the-agent or agents appointed to Inspect them. If Is to be un derstood that the right will be reserved to require a greater or less quantity of any of the articles named than that specified in the above schedule) and all bids for furnUhlt.fr said articles mar be re jected at the option of the Department) and that nous irviu iitiiuui ntiu uavo wum iu vuuiijii 1111, the requirements of a previous contract with the United States, or who are not manufacturers or wholesale dealers In the required articles will be considered) and the fact that bidders are auch man ufacturers or dealers must be evidenced by the cer tificate of .the collector of the port where they re side, or where It Is proposed to deliver the articles. The proposals, must embrace the articles, with the quantities thereof as they are arranged In the schedule, with the prices annexed to each, in dol lars and cents, at ylit!.h they are to be furnished) and the amounts must e carried out and footed up for each clAt baldHrlces and amounts must be so rlren, nrtrMvj Alkf modification, or proposed modification, or fatwAon whatev er. They should be submitted with the following heading: I (or we) hereby propose to furnish for the sen Ice of the In dian Department, and according to the terms of Its advertisements thereof, dated November nth.lSta, ihn following articles at the nrlce thereto affixed. (here Insert the list according to the class or classes Eroposed for,) deliverable In the city of New York y the 1st day of April next, or at such time or times durlnK the ear 1661 as mav be ordered bv the Commissioner of Indian AHalrsj and If the propo sal be accepted (here Insert the words " In whole or In part, If more than one claas be proposed for.) I (or we) wlU, within twenty days thereafter, execute a contract accordingly, and give security, satisfac tory to the Commissioner of Indian AfTalrs, for the faithful performance of the same." Each pro posal must be accompanied with a guaranty in the following form, to be signed by two or more respon sible persons, whose sufficiency must be certified to by a United states Judge or district attorney! We hereby Jointly and sev crally guaranty that the above Didder, (or bidders,) If a contract shsll be awarded to him (or them) according to his or their bid or proposal, will execute a contract according I), and give the requisite security for the perform ance thereof, as prescribed In the advertisement for rroposals for Indian goods dated 11th November, mil and, In the event of his (or their) failure so to do, we hereby agree to bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and assigns, to forfeit and pay the United States, aa damans, a aunt not less than fifteen per cent, on the amount of said bid or pro posal." Bonds will be required In the amount of ine Dia lor iiieiaiiniuiranormanceoiineooniraci. with two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must be certified by a United states Judge or district at tornav. No Drooosal will be considered that does not strictly conform In all particulars to the terras and directions oi tihs aaverusrmeni. WM. P. DOLE, nov 18 StawDecIO Commissioner! I VlaAYUODVS attention leealledtoour It new stock of Clothing for Men and Boys' use, which we havejust received, and offer for aale at very low prices, ai no. ui nrv enin sireei, near r J BRUCF 9l CO proprietors of Oak Hall Clothing Room. sepW Ira M A1NE AOICNCV i0LDlERS RZLIEI AiSOCUTWK. Office, No. 379 F strret, cor. Thlrtesnth, Communications to be siUreiied to J, V. IIATHAWAV, btste Ageat, oct IS If iloi.kl)o8a,aihlnton, p. C. -ITtSPECIAL ATTENTION 13 CALLED TO OUR I urnUblng Good., lists, and Caps. ' L. A. BEALL fc vU , a.2tl-m OotWers, No. 381 Serenthstreet. D IKFAULtioiK ' ' " LIKipVtT, tn ORKAT REMT5DT FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA. LUM BAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, BPHAins, BRUISES. CUTS, AND WOUNDS, FILES, HEADACHE. AND ALL RHEUMATIC AND NEAVOUS DISORnf-RSi For til of which ii la a speedr ftnd certain reme dy, and never falls. (Thla Liniment Is'prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen sweet, or uonneci but, the famous bone-setter, and has been Used In his practice, for more than twenty years, wnn ine moat astonishing success. AS AN ALLEVIATOR or PAIS', It Is unrivaled by any preparation before the public, of which the most skeptical may be convinced by a single trial. This Liniment wlU cure rapidly and radically. lUiesunMIe Dtsordere of every kind, and, In thousaada or cases, where It has been used, It has never been known to fall. FOR KEVRALQtAAt will afford Immediate relief In every case, however distressing. It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE In three minutes, and la warranted to do It. TOOTHACHE, also, will It cure Instanflr. FOR SERVOVS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS- rsiTVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, toll Liniment la most happy and unralilng remedy. Acting directly upon the nenous tissues, It strengthens and rev! rifles the system, and restores It to elasticity and rigor. FOR PILES.-' As an external remedy, we claim that It is the best known, and we challenge the world to produce an equal. Every victim of this distressing 'complaint should give It a trial, for It will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and, in a majority of cases, will elrect a radical cure. QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes extremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely appUeatlon of this Liniment will never fall to cure. SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and en largement of the joints Is liable to occur If neg lected. Tha worst case may be conquered by this liniment In two or three dsys. BRUISES, CUTS, troVNDS, SORES, ULCERS, BURNS, AND SCALDS, yield readily to the won derful healing properties of DR. SWEET'S INFAL LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT BITES AND STINGS. DR. STEPHEN SWEET. OF CONNECTICUT, The Great Natural Bone Setter. DR. BTEPIIEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT, is known all o er tne united states. DR. BTEPIIEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT, Is the author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment.' DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Rheumatism, and never falls. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately, DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Headache Immediately, and was never known to fall. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Affords immediate relief for Piles, and seldom falls to cure. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Curea Toothache In one minute. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leatei no scar. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is the best remedy for Sores In the known world. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Has been used by more than a million people, and all praise tt. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Taken Internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and Cholera. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is truly a " friend In need," and every family should have it at hand. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 26 and 60 cents. A Friend In Need. Try It. DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, as an external remedy, la without a rival, and will alle vlate pain more speedily than any other prepara tion. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders It Is truly Infallible, and, as a curative for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, ko.. Its soothing, heat ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite the Just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever given It a trial. Over one thousand certifi cates of remarkable cures, performed by It within the last two years, attest the fact. To flora Owners I DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR HORSES Is unrivalled by any, and In all caaes of Lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises, or Wrenching. Its cfiect Is magical and certain. liar ness, or Saddle Galls, ScraUhes. Mange, fce,,lt will also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be easily prevented and curedln their Incipient stages, uui cuuuriiiru cr cib mi vuu hid puiaiuiuiy vi i radical cure. No case of the kind, however, ts n desperate or hopeless but it maybe alleviated by this Liniment, and Its faithful application will ai ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse 111 irl ri wiih vuiisi'-aisui, v tun. Kvery Horse Owner should hat e this remedy at hand, for Its timely use at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually nrevent thoie formidable diseases, to which all horses are liable, and which render so many other wise t aiuauio iiurira ur.n j w unities... I) R SHTtT'l I N V A L L 1 B h E LINIMENT N O I. I) I K ll N K 11 I K N n , And thousands hat e found It truly A FRIFND IN NEEDI To avoid Impo.ltlon, obaen e the Sl,nature and IJkrnm of Dr. Stephen, street on every label, and also M Stephen Sweet's Infallible Unlment " blown In the glaas nf each bottle, without which none are genuine. RICHARDSON CO, Sole Proprtrtors, Norwich, Ct. M0R0AN k ALLFN, General Agents, .0 Cliff Street, New Tork. El sold by all dealers ererrwher,. no 11 ly RAILROADS. I ( . , IMS. tn lUM. THBCAMDIN AIt AKBOT ADD HllLADIL. rniA AHU TRENTON RAILRUAU SAIMI-A NIEV LlNCt. FROif PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK , AND WAY-PLACES, aTrosa Walnwt BtvMt Wb.rf nl K- mi. utAVa Aa follows, tij i Fare. A. M. Tla Camden and Amboy c.t A. Accommodation ,,96 f (A.M.T1aOaadeaandlerseTCltir-New At a A.M.tvUKenalagtoaandJerseyCltyt Morning Mall . ' - 3.00 At lsKP.M.aVlaCamdenandAmboy Acoom- modatlon - - " - - 9.2S P. M., via Camden end Afeibor CVand A. Kxpreaa -,--. t.M P. M..vla Camden and Jersey City Evening Express 3 00 V. M., via Camden and Jersey City At H P. M? via Kensington and Jersey City w Trninr niaii UMV t 13 P.M., via Kensington and Jersey Cltyr Southern Mall s oo t A P.M., via Camden and Amboy Acoom modatlon (Freight and Passenger) 1st class ticket - - 2SS 2d class ticket - 1.&0 The 8 ? P. Bt. Line runs dallr. Sundars excrnted. The 13 P. M. Southern Mall runs'datly. WAV LINES. rvriuinuii iirniajn, .o., at ,.i mum v? n . and 6, 0.3O and 13 P. M., from Kenalngton, and 9i r. m. irom wainut strre. wnau. . For nrlitol and Intermediate Stations at ill: A. M.. from Kenslnrton. Tor Palmyra, Rlverton, Delanoo, Beverly. Bur lington, Florence, Bordentown. he, at liHt li 4, 6 and6P.M. Bieamooa. trenion, jor uoraeniown ana inter mediate Stations, at P. M.. from Walnut street wharf. ' Eg For New York, and way Lines leaving Ken mgran awpoi, ai.v ine cars on sum s.rrei, aoore Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Cars run Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train, run from tha Dennf . Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed eesh pas senger, rassengers are proniouea iron. laaini nvthlnr as Qajrrara but their wearlnr annare AU Barrace over flftr Dounds.to be paid for extra. The Company limit their responsibility for Baggage to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for any amount beyond too Dollars, except by special uuircd .iiu, n. UAtunisit. Agrni ap23 'lyiltTER ARRANQEMRNT. - Phltsulelplijsi, Wilmington and Baltimore RAILROAD. On and after MONDAY, NOV. 19, 1MI, FAKES-OCR TRAMS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA: Tor Baltimore, at a.ao a. m., 8.IS a. tn., ll.as a. ra.f (Expreaa,)andlOMp. tn. For Cheater, at 8.15 a. m., I l.M a. lu., J.U anJ KM n. m. . For Wllmlntton, at S.M a. n., 8.19 a. in., II U a. in., a. 45 and to oo p. tn. t or nw uaaiic, a. o... a. m. ana m o p. m. For Dorer, at 8.18 a. m. and S.4A p. a. For Mllford, at 8.10 a. m. For Salisbury, at 8.1S a. in. THAIKH FOR PHILADELPHIA t Am. A ft ... 4. ar .n.. ft.hh... 1 . nji l. M'aiin Ainiiauiunr at a.sv . IU (i.i(iictl, uu je. ta, (Express,) 6.20 and 7 p.m., (Fxprrss ) ' Leave Wilmington at 7.30 and 11.33 a. m.a.lfl, 8.46, and f 60 p. to. j.eave vausoury Hsun.ni. Leave Mllfordat6p.m. Leave Dover at 9 a. m. and 9.10 p. m. Leave New Castle at 11 a. m. and 8.10 n. m. Leave Chester at 8.20 a. m., 1X13, 4 oo, and SO p. m. Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate stations at 6.20 and 7. p. m.( for Dover and lnterme- uiaie sia.toaa, at i.w p. m, TRAINH FOR BALTIMORE Leave Chester at 8AS a. m.. 12 OS and 11.20 n. m, Leave Wilmington ai 4.30 a. ra., S-.2S a. m., .'2.33 p. m., aou i tv. m. FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached, will run aa follows: Leave Philadelphia, for Pe rryvllle and Interme diate places, at 6. 10 p.m.- , , a- - i.t.I a a. r 1-1 III a l-i ts .brave rviUaunaioatior rrrrj iiur ami laicrmrui- ate places, at 7.10 p, m. " . Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Grace and Inter mediate stations, at a. m. - -ON SUNDAYS OSLY' At S.30 a. ro. and 10 60 p. m., from Philadelphia to Baltimore. At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia. The 8.30 a.m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti more will run dally, MOXfiAW EXCEPTED. S. M. FELT0N, Jan 2-1 f President. 1TOII BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND i? FALL RIVFR. By the splendid and suparlorsteam- . -rlPi1-ers METRO POLIS; EM PIRErjgSsHKs STATE, BAY STATE, and STATE OF MAIN!, of great strength and speed, but particularly adapted to the navigation of Long island Sound, running in connection with the Fall river and Old Colony railroad, distance of SSmllee only to Bos ton. Leave Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery. ine iiftMnvr Auir.nr. oiAir. vb( nrayion, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock r. pi., ipucning at newpon eacn way. 11(7 anaaaauavi inbaiiuauaiio. vaik. uiunui Jl Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdajs, at 4 o'clock a-, m.. luuciuuar mi iidwduii acauiu wit. Theae steamers are fitted with commodious state rooms, ana every arrangement lor tne aecurity ana comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this romo a niuvi rr uu mju. iuu, uu nrrivai at j ail r.vcr, iiruurru yvr airaiuuuat train, rescuing Boston earlr the following morning, or mav remain on board until starting of the accommodation at 8 a. m., ny wnicn tney may reacn uosiou auom o.o A. Me Abaggags master Is attached to each steamer, who recelvis and tickets the baggage, and accom panies the I'ane to Ita destination. A steanw runs. In connection with this line, be tween Fall river and Providence, daily, except Sun days. Fretrht to Boston Is forwarded throusrh with great dispatch by an Expresa Train, which, leaves Fall river every morning, Sundays excepted, at7 o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at Its destination at about llA. M. For freight or passage, apply on board, or at the office, on Pier No. S, North m er. For state-rooms and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure inem in aursnee, iu true. uuni.f,n, Agent, aug 17 tf 70 and 71 West street, N. Y XXTKRT, NOUTIIWRRT, AND HOUTII- Tf Vats9'S'e) TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS, BANDS-MEN, SOLDIERS, AND OTHERS. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD are running through passenger trains rrotn Wash ington to the Ohio river, without change of cars daliv at 1 M a. m. and An. tn. and oilers irreater In ducements to the traveling public that any other route, t ii i CHEAPER FARE, LESH CHANOFS OF CARS, CLOSER CONNECTIONS, AND QUICKER TIME. This is the only route that checks baggage from I VvasningxonciiytD tno wcbi, . icaeis goou uoui usedf and passengers have the prlv liege of la) Ing overat nj pvuii uu . ivmc. Passengera procuring tickets by this route, sate the delay and expense of Omnibus transfer. REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure tickets, Is at the depot of U. & O. K. R. Baggage received at any hour during the day, and no charge for handling baggage. aug20 tf s- AFRTV, SPKKD, AND COMFORT. FOR D0STON. worcester, palmer. fitchduro, Nashua! lowell, c6ncord, the ' white mountains, and in- termediatk points. m - nT.ft THE new and staunch ateameraof .AaaaaaaaSC be Norwich Line, CITY OK DOS. TONenTTlTY OP NEW YORK, leat e New York dally, (sundsys excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. ni.t from Pier No. 0, North River, foot of Vestry street, FOR NEW LONDON, There connecting with the steamboat Express Train for the above points, via Norwich and Wor tester, Boston and Worcester, Worcester and Naahau, and New London and Northern Railroads. Freight taken at the lowest rstes. . For Informstlon, Inquire of E. S. MARTIN, nyM If Agent, on the Pier. THIS I TO C.1VK NOTICE. That the subscriber heth obtained from the Orphana Court of Washington county. In the District of Co. lumbla, lettera of administration on the personal estate of Noah Prummond, late of Waahlngton county.deceaeed. All peraonshavlngclalma against the laid deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, lo the subscriber, on or before th. fifteenth dsy of November next; tbey msy otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the ssld estate. Glteu under my hand thla fifteenth layofKo. 1 ember, A. D. IswS. JOHNS. DRUMM JND, ' Administrator, Prince George county, Aid. Claims against the estate may be left at the omce of Lemuel I, Mlddleton, Ei , corner of Twelfth and F streets. nor n lawsw MOHE BKADT1PHI. Cr.OAKS.-Wel.aie now on exhibition the largest and best assort ed stock of LADIES' CLOAKS we have ever offered to the public. Among them will be found all the new styles of the season, and at very moderate prices. Also, Frosted Beaver, lion Skin, Plush, and Slack Cloaking Cloth, In great variety, nov l-eod6t M. TAYLOR . CO. jRAILKOADS.' N: RW BOATI-NKW CAIIS. rOB, BOSTON, via NEW LONDON, NORWICH, and WORCESTER DAILT, (Sundays Excepted,) At 4 O'clock, P. M., rsOM PIER St N. R. FOOT OF VESTRY STREET. The new and macolflcent steamer CITY OF BOS TON, Wm. Uoox, commander, from New York Tuesdays, Thursdsys, and Saturdaysi and frorti New LonoonMandaTB. Wedneadara. and FrtdaVa. The new and maglfleent steamer CITY OF NEW iunA iiiuniaa u rtreii. commanucr, iroin nw York Mondays, Wednesdays, and Frldaysifron. New London Tuesdars. Thursdavs. anu.Satur- dlTI. ' i llicse two newsteamers have been built expresa ly for this route, with all modern Improvements, In cluding Water Tight Compartment,) and are the only steamers ever built for Long Island sound wnn mis area. iiie-preserriDg improvement, Conductors accompany the steamers each Way Paaaenarera nroceed from New London Immediate ly on arrival of steamers, by Express Tralnto Boa- ton, Worcester. Lowell. Lawrence, Fltchburg iinauft, u.Droni,in- vniie raouniaina, me. ato. Passengers returning from Boston leave the De pot of the Boston and Worcester railroad at 6.sn P. M., Worcester 7 P. M., arrlrtng at New London S.30P.M. ' ' Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and deliver ed tn Boston early the next day. State Rooms In abundanoe can be had on boar J steamers, or at the Boston or New York offices, in adence. K. S. MARTIN, Agent, my tf ner , N. R. GREAT CKICTRAT. HOCTH Fertile Vesl. tU HUDSON niVER JiAJUiOAD amlkft XOHK CENTRAL XAILItOAD. Oj and After December , 16C1, EiDress Trains leave. New York eltr dennta ol rtudson Rlrer Railroad dally. Sundays excepted, a s follows I From Chambers street At 7 a. m. 11 a.m., 6 p.m. 3.16 p. ra Montreal and Buflalo Train with sleeping From soth street station At 7.26 . ro. il.30a.m.,flsop.ro. 3.40 p.m. 10.40 p.m. njr trains will b run In carp, iv v . iu. Od Bandars, the follow! and from Both street: The 100 p. m. sleeping" car train for Albany and Troy, and the Mo a. m. from Troy, and 4.4S p. m. train from Albany. Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester Utlea, aiH nutuv, ouu iiauvui vu aTVWUiv iuu ti aia-r- town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, Canaddalgua. Trains in connection leave Buffalo and suspen sion via Lake Shore, Buealo and Lake Huron and Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago. Toledo, Mil waukle. Fond da Lac, La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuCfalen, Galena, Dunlelth Dubuque, Peoria, Rook Island, Musta tine, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy, Sprlngfletd, Aiion, Bt. avuuia. va.rO i crro xtaute, uaaiajiapvnB, tdouimjuiv, viuciunaii. ivajiun. otiuniTua, ieWTr- land, and all points West, Northwest, and Soutb- wnii NORTHERN ROUTE. Connecting with Tralna at Troy, with Troy and Boston, and Rcns. and Saratoga Roads for Sarato ga, Whitehall, Rutland. Burlington, St. Albans, Rouse Point, Plattsburgn, Ogdensburgh, Montreal, O- Freight Araogements by this route aa above, without change of cars, from the Depots tn Cham ben and Hudson streets, are at all times as favora ble aa made by other Railroad Companies. The facilities of this great New York Route, to the West, commend it to theconffdenoeof merchants and snippers for promptness and despatch. Passenger Trains, with Smoking and Sleeping Cars, run In conneuon on the New York Central Road. For particulars as to local trains and freight ar rangements, Inquire at the depot, 63 Warren street. A. F. SMITH, dec 17 Superintendent. "PRIK RAHWAY. Passenger Trains leave via Pavonia Ferry from foot of Chambers street, as follows, vli t 6,00 a. m. Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate stations. This train remains over night at Elmlra and pro ceeds the next morning. 7.ooa. m. Express, for Buffalo and principal In termediate- aiaturoa. oo a.m. Milk. dalir. for Utlsville and interme diate stations. 12.16 n. m. Accommodation, uaur. for Port Jerri. and principal stations. 4 00 p. m. Way, for Mlddletown, Newburgh, and Intermediate stations. 0JM n. m. me-nt Kxnress.dai r.ror Dunkirk. Buf falo, Canandaigua, and principal stations. The train of Saturday runs through to Buflalo, but dors notrnnto Dunkirk. 7.00 o. ra. Emtrrant. ior Dunkirk ana rnnciDai stations. V Tne Exnress Trains connect ai n orneusviue wit n railroad for Buffalo, at Elmlra with the Canandai gua and Niagara Falls Railroad at Blnghamton, wnn tne Syracuse naurvauiat t-unungwun tne railroad for Rochester and Buffalo at Great Bend, with the railroad for Scranton, and at Buflalo and Dunkirk with the Lake Shore Railroad for Clare- land, Cincinnati, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, he., and ine Lanaua rauroans. CHARLES MI NOT, aep 12 General Superintendent. C II All LE8 CORDIAL '"aj - oircr, isdlstiued in unuoo,ana put ttV-Vli - iui up aoieiy in quart aim i.m imji- -. p t yJ . ties, to meet the requirements ; U-i-ltrfi Pure and Unadulterated Liquor - - Is a Necessity or a Luxury. It la the oldest established of all the GINS (!) which have started Into existence upon the basts of Its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity. It has no connection with, and la tn no way like the trashy mixtures sold aa "English Gin' or "Old Tom," or "London Dock," or "London Gln,"to., Ve., no matter how much " antiquity' or "respect ability" Is assumed by their begetters. Dr. valentine Mott.of New York, says: "It Is far preferable to even pvhb Holland Gin, and Is the best article of Its kind I hare ci er. seen." So say thousands of physicians. The New York Herald aaysi "We are surprised at Its beneficial effects; it Is a certain safeguard to health." , v The Philadelphia Ledger saysi "It has p$ supe rior. If an equal, In medicinal virtues." The New Orleans Picayune says: "There Is no remedyon earth for dyspepsia equal to It." The Boston Journal sayst "As a beverage, as a preventative, or as a remedial agent, we want no other. It Is our xadt tnerum." Women or America, for you It Is particularly adapted. In sickness or health, Is your greatest ft1,B ' D. UALDW1N fc. CO., Sole JatronTEas, 01 Liberty street, New York. Sold In Washington by LOVELL. COLLES&CO. 318 E street, near Pennsylvania avenue, And by dealers generally. dec 13 ly pLAIMB AGAINHT U1YITKD STATK8. P1NLKY DIGGER, (late Register of the United States Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN, Counsellors at Law, will devote their entire atten tion to the prosecution and settlement of demands against the United states, growing out of the pres ent war, including tha Accounts and Claims of States, Contractors, and Disbursing Olfloersi appli cations for the restoration of property illegally seized or captured, and for compensation for the use of private property for Government purposes, and for damages for the Injury of such property by the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty lands, and for distribute e shares of moneys pa) a ble at the Treasury and due to sub-contractors and They will also give legal advice to claimants, contractors, and to unprofessional agents In lltl- Sated cases) and prepare written arguments when eslied. . . it With non-resident Agents who may send them claims, an equitable division of commissions will Undisputed Demands will be collected and rromptly remitted for a commission of from a half o two and a half per cent , depending on the amount) and negotiations with the Departments conducted on moderate terms. By prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex perience, and a minute knowledge of the ex-laws, regulations, rules, and precedents governing that class of business at the Departments, they hope to render their sen Ices useful to claimants and public creditors. Reference inayle made to membersof Congress, aodolllcrrsof the f.o ernment i and especially, by Eermlsslon.to tha lion. Kliiiia WiiiTTLEiEy.Hrit omptjroller of the Treasury. Address Messrs. DIGGER k SHERMAN, Washington, D. C. Otllce, No, 310 F street, neur Treasury and Wll larda Hotel. nov8-flm. G. w- tlOOUAI.L, PI. U MB EH, AMD OAS AND STEAM FITTER, 604 Stmnth llml, near Canal Srtilgt, WASHINGTON. All orders executed at the shortest notice, In thi most substantial manner, snd on reasonable term.. Personsl attention given to every department ot the business. nor 2 Tja l ; ,AU2i iT. ', '"w"-"